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Keywords: true self knowledge
|July 15, 2012|
Seth Martin speaks
Keywords: True Self; False Self; Seth Martin
|Living into Your True Self|
Kim Hewlett speaks on Living into your true self.
Keywords: True Self; False Self; Kim Hewlett
|July 8, 2012|
Vanessa Caruso speaks on False Self/True Self; And a little child shall lead them: the inner child self
Keywords: Vanessa Caruso; July 8; 2012; False Self; True Self; child
|August 19, 2012|
Ben White speaks on "Self-Consumed & Consuming: Who do you say that I am?"
Keywords: Ben White; August; 2012; True Self; False Self; Consumed
|September 2, 2012|
Vanessa Caruso speaks on "A Highway For Our God"
Keywords: Vanessa Caruso; September 2; 2012; True Self; False Self
|August 5, 2012|
Vanessa Caruso speaks on "Sin and the False Self"
Keywords: Vanessa Caruso; August 5; 2012; Sin; True Self; False Self
|August 26, 2012|
Vanessa Caruso speaks on "Jesus and the Inherited"
Keywords: Vanessa Caruso; August 26; 2012; True Self; False Self; Jesus; Inherited
|Aug 12, 2012|
Nate Hulfish speaks on The Collective Self
Keywords: Nate Hulfish; 2012; August; True Self; False Self; The Collective Self
|I Trust the Power of My True Self - julia fehrenbacher|
Keywords: I trust the power of my true self; julia fehrenbacher; painted path; meditation
|Narcissism: Multiple Personality Disorder/Dissociative Identity Disorder? - Sam Vaknin|
In Multiple Personality Disorder (Dissociative Identity Disorder, or DID), the emotions are segregated into personality-like internal constructs ("entities"). The notion of "unique separate multiple whole personalities" is primitive and untrue. DID is a continuum. The inner language breaks down into polyglot chaos. In DID, emotions cannot communicate with each other for fear of provoking overwhelming pain (and its fatal consequences)...
Keywords: multiple personality; personality disorders; dissociation; alters; host personality; false self; true self; narcissism; narcissistic personality disorder; comorbidity
|Narcissism: Blessing or Dysfunction? - Sam Vaknin|
Paradoxically, his dysfunction allows the narcissist to function. It compensates for lacks and deficiencies by exaggerating tendencies and traits. It is like the tactile sense of a blind person. In short: pathological narcissism is a result of over-sensitivity, the repression of overwhelming memories and experiences, and the suppression of inordinately strong negative feelings (e.g., hurt, envy, anger, or humiliation)...
Keywords: narcissism; dysfunction; false self; true self; grandiosity; delusions; self-destructive; self-defeating; masochist; punishment; guilt; loser; failure; entitlement; narcissist; personality disorder; functional; adaptive; abuse; trauma; childhood; parents
|The Harness The Power Hour on blogtalkradio.com - Gary Jones Harris|
My name is Gary Jones Harris. I am the creator of the Shu Ha Ri Self Defense System. I am also the author of Harness the Power Within and Without and The Awareness Formula. You can visit my website @ www.shuharilegacy.com barnesandnoble.com iuniverse.com or amazon.com. The focus of what I teach is on taking the self defense within. For battling a physical opponent is easy. However, battling the self is a different story...
Keywords: God; Jesus; Gary Jones Harris; truth; spirituality; shu ha ri legacy; s.e.d.e; true self defense; the harness the powr hour
|Narcissist's Idea of Personal Development - Sam Vaknin|
The narcissist realises and resents his dependence on Narcissistic Supply. Moreover, deep inside, he is aware of the fact that his False Self is an untenable sham. Still, omnipotent as he holds himself to be, the narcissist believes in his ability to make it all come true, to asymptotically approximate his grandiose fantasies. He is firmly convinced that, given enough time and practice, he can and will become his lofty False Self...
Keywords: narcissist; narcissism; personal development; progress; false self; ego ideal; idealization; devaluation; narcissistic supply; supply triggers; supply sources; reflection; true self; perfection; omniscience; omnipotence; brilliance; perfection; omnipresence
|Sermon, Third Sunday of Advent, Year C, 16 December 2012 - Learning to Touch - The True Self - The Rev. Daniel P. Richards|
Have you ever spent time with someone and were left thinking, "I wonder who they really are"? Today we explore our true self in Christ and how we learn to live authentically as a child of God, and so are able to learn how to touch others and to be touched at a more profound level. Zephaniah 3:14-20 Canticle 9 Philippians 4:4-7 Luke 3:7-18
Keywords: sermon; advent; third; sunday; grace; episcopal; church; traverse city; michigan; daniel; richards; true self; false self; sin; john; baptist; holy spirit
|Why Narcissists Laugh in Funerals? - Sam Vaknin|
Everything You Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse - click on this link: http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/faq1.html It is the False Self that interacts with the world. It is the False Self that suffers and enjoys, gets attached and detached, joins and separates, develops likes and dislikes, preferences and prejudices, loves and hates. Whatever happens to the narcissist, his experiences, the setbacks that he (inevitably) suffers, the humiliations, the adoration, the fears and ...
Keywords: narcissist; emotions; feelins; sentiments; affect; false self; true self; narcissistic supply; hurt; pain; personality disorder; lies; liar; weak; weakness; contempt; disdain; superiority; grandiosity
|Paranoia, Narcissistic Mirroring, and Narcissistic Reflection - Sam Vaknin|
Everything You Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse - click on this link: http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/faq1.html A narcissist's partner wrote to me these heartbreaking words: "I have made him sound like a monster, and in many ways he really is. At the same time, I have always seen a vulnerability in him, the small terrified hungry child (almost split-off from the rest of him) and I suppose this is why I tried so hard with him...
Keywords: paranoia; paranoid; persecutory delusions; grandiosity; false self; true self; narcissist; narcissism; personality disorder; intimate partner; enemies; conspiracy; narcissistic mirroring; narcissistic reflection; shared psychosis; cult
|Great Expectations - Charles Dickens|
LibriVox recording of Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens. Read by Peter John Keeble. Great Expectations is written in the first person and is virtually a fictional autobiography of “Pip” from his childhood, through often painful experiences, to adulthood. It charts his progress as he moves from the Kent marshes - his social status radically changed having gained an unknown benefactor - to busy commercial London...
Keywords: librivox; audiobook; Journey of childhood to adulthood; Discovering true self; determining personal sets of values in the complex world of early Victorian England
|Insight: Marcos Breton / Media consolidation / "True Self, True Wealth"|
Marcos Breton - We check in with Sacramento Bee Metro columnist Marcos Breton. Media consolidation - A recent FCC decision changed a 32-year-old rule that banned common ownership of a broadcast station and a daily newspaper in the same market. Today on Insight, we talk with experts about what this means and how it might affect the Sacramento region. "True Self, True Wealth" You'll meet the Sacramento couple behind a new book of financial advice...
Keywords: Marcos Breton; Sacramento Bee Metro columnist; media consolidation; FCC decision on common ownership; True Self, True Wealth; Peter Cole; Daisy Reese; Sam McManis; Barbara O'Connor; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Narcissist's Reality Substitutes - Sam Vaknin|
To avoid the agonizing realization of his failed, defeat-strewn, biography, the narcissist resorts to reality-substitutes. The dynamics are simple: as the narcissist grows older, his Sources of Supply become scarcer, and his Grandiosity Gap yawns wider. Mortified by the prospect of facing his actuality, the narcissist withdraws ever deeper into a dreamland of concocted accomplishments, feigned omnipotence and omniscience, and brattish entitlement...
Keywords: narcissistic personality disorder; narcissist; narcissism; personality disorder; reality; introjects; pain; hurt; narcissistic supply; false self; true self; grandiosity gap; self-deception; confabulation; symbols; avatars; shield; paranoid; persecutory delusions; paranoia
|Loving Gaze, Adulating Gaze: False vs. True Self - Sam Vaknin|
Both the True Self and the False Self depend on the gaze of others. The False Self relies on adulation and attention â narcissistic supply â for the maintenance of the precarious, confabulated, fantastic, grandiose, and counterfactual narrative that is the narcissistâs persona, his public face. Without a constant flow of such high-quality input and feedback, without the adulating gaze, the narcissist crumbles like a house of ephemeral cards and resorts to a variety of dysfunctional, self-dest...
Keywords: The Beaver; Mel Gibson; Jodi Foster; narcissist; narcissism; false self; true self; adulation; love; gaze; other; grandiosity; delusions; fantasies; cocoon; shield; pain; hurt; omnipotence; omniscience; charisma; social skills; depression; persona
|Anxiety, Depression, and Narcissism - Sam Vaknin|
WARNING: This video requires acquaintance with professional terms in psychoanalysis and object relations theories. For a POPULAR TREATMENT of this topic, watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0WKL9oA5XU Click on these links: http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/faq17.html (about depression) and http://www.narcissistic-abuse.com/journal95.html (sadistic superego) TERM EXPLAINED The Superego ("conscience") is the sum total of ideals and norms passed to us by our parents, teachers, and oth...
Keywords: narcissism; narcissist; mood disorders; personality disorders; narcissistic supply; anxiety; bipolar disorder; aggression; childhood; trauma; sadness; false self; true self; dysphoria; addiction; freud; love object; parenting; authority figures; defiance; stressor; neurosis; comorbidity; psychomotor; hyperactive